hcs437 | undergraduate
Long-term Care Administration
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Long-Term Care Populations
- Identify populations needing long-term care services.
- Describe the continuum of care options for long-term care populations.
- Differentiate levels of long-term care services.
The Regulatory Environment
- Explain the functions of regulatory agencies.
- Identify federal and state regulations governing long-term care.
- Identify requirements for licensure and accreditation.
- Identify types of reimbursement within long-term care.
- Describe the impact of public policy on financing the delivery of services.
Administrative Roles and Functions
- Explain the role of the administrator in long-term care environments.
- Describe the role of the case manager in long-term care environments.
- Identify the staffing requirements for long-term care environments.
The Future of Long-Term Care
- Discuss client related ethical issues.
- Explain what impact current health care trends have on long-term care needs.
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